Montana has just passed legislation SB-269. InterNACHI is currently working with the state to seek approval. SB-269 requires Home Inspectors in Montana to register with the Department of Labor and Industry.
Each individual working under the registration will be required to meet the following criteria:
successful completion of 40 hours of comprehensive home inspection training approved by the Department, or a passing grade on an approved national home inspection examination;
membership in an approved national association;
carry liability insurance, and a minimum of $100,000 in errors and omissions insurance; and
obtain personal workers’ compensation coverage or an independent contractor exemption certificate (ICEC).
Click on the green "Montana Registration Form" button below to download and print the PDF, fill it out, and submit it to the state as instructed to keep informed of developments.
Montana requires that inspectors carry liability insurance, and a minimum of $100,000 in errors and omissions insurance. InterNACHI members are eligible for discounts and enhanced coverage. Visit nachi.org/insurance for information on how to sign up.
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Radon Tester Certification in Montana (online & free for members)
Montana does not license radon measurement professionals. However, the Montana Department of Environmental Quality provides a list of nationally certified individuals to the public that have received radon measurement training approved by the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP), passed an exam, and have completed Continuing Education in radon. Visit the Montana website for details.
real estate agents can attain free Continuing Education credits by
following the directions on the real estate cards. Members can hand out
these cards to real estate agents, which explain how to log into the
When an agent logs into a course and enters the member's ID number,
the member is automatically emailed. The first slide of the course is
the member's contact information.